Handbook for the College and University Career Center

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Appendix 4.2
Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals
1. Career services professionals, without imposing personal values or biases, shall assist individuals in developing a career plan or making a career decision.
2. Career services professionals shall know the career services field and the educational institution and students they represent and shall have appropriate counseling skills.
3. Career services professionals shall provide students with information on a range of career opportunities and types of employing organizations. They shall inform students of the means and resources to gain access to information that may influence their decisions about an employing organization. Career services professionals shall also provide employing organizations with accurate information about the educational institution and its students and about the recruitment policies of the career services office.
4. Career services professionals shall provide generally comparable services to all employers, regardless of whether the employers contribute services, gifts, or financial support to the educational institution or office and regardless of the level of such support.
5. Career services professionals shall establish reasonable and fair guidelines for access to services by employers. When guidelines permit access to organizations recruiting on behalf of the employer and to international employers, the following principles shall apply:
a. Organizations providing recruiting services for a fee shall be required to inform career services of the specific employer they represent and the specific jobs for which they are recruiting and shall permit verification of the information. Students shall be informed of any fees for service.
b. Employers recruiting for work outside the United States are expected to adhere to the EEO policy of the career services office. They shall advise the career services office and the students of the realities of working in any country and of any cultural and foreign law differences.
6. Career services professionals shall maintain EEO compliance and follow affirmative action principles in career services activities in a manner that includes the following:
a. Notifying employing organizations of any selection procedures that appear to have an adverse impact upon a protected classification;
b. Assisting recruiters in accessing protected groups on campus;
c. Informing protected groups about employment opportunities, including those occupational areas where they are under-represented;
d. Developing awareness of, and sensitivity to, cultural differences and the diversity of students and providing responsive services;
e. Providing referral services that do not exclude students based upon their protected class status; and
f. Responding to complaints of EEO noncompliance, working to resolve such complaints with the recruiter or employing organization, and, if necessary, referring such complaints to the appropriate campus department or agency.
7. Any disclosure of student information outside the educational institution shall be with prior consent of the student unless health and safety considerations necessitate the

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